“Leader-proof” your transformation efforts: Mind the gap

Posted by Noah Rabinowitz on May 24, 2017.

As the world rapidly transforms around us, organizations have had to learn how to adapt quickly or risk falling behind, or even worse, become extinct. For example, only 12 percent of the Fortune 500 com­panies from 1955 are still in business, and last year alone, 26 percent fell off the list.1 During periods of disruption and change, leaders can either serve as the primary catalyst for growth, or hold companies back. One of the greatest challenges today is understanding whether the leaders you have in place are the right leaders to support transformation.

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Is your finance transformation project truly transformational?

Reap the advantages of a consolidated reporting and analytics package

Reap the advantages of a consolidated reporting and analytics package

Posted by Tony Johnson, Matthew Clark, and Jason Hiquet on July 14, 2016.

Across the insurance industry, more and more companies are undertaking finance transformation, model conversion, and technology infrastructure modernization projects. A primary aim of these projects is to empower companies with integrated systems and efficient modeling processes—but, these potential benefits are not necessarily automatic. Companies should take pause and ask, “Am I getting everything out of my finance transformation and model conversion projects that I hoped?”

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